Make your own Tea Medicinal

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 Make your tea medicinal


Nothing beats a hot drink during cold Irish weather. Before you sit down to your traditional cup of tea, consider herbal alternatives, which offer some wonderful health benefits. Here are a few favourites to try:

Ginger Tea

Primary herb for the reproductive and digestive system. It is a great digestive and detoxification aid; it can be drunk to curb gastrointestinal distress, upset stomachs, nausea, vomiting, menstrual and muscle cramps and morning sickness.

Chamomile Tea

Soothing tea which relaxes muscles and the nervous system helping troubled sleep, stressful lives and anxiety. It is anti-inflammatory and relieves pain or joint problems. It is great for menstrual cramps, digestive issues and colic in babies.

Green Tea

Provides far more health benefits than black tea due to its high content of antioxidants which protect us against chronic diseases including many cancers. It boosts metabolism, energy levels and supports weight loss.


Cinnamon Tea

Stabilises blood sugar levels and improves insulin function reducing risk factors for diabetes. It protects heart health by lowering LDL cholesterol and triglycerides. It is used to boost vitality, stimulate circulation and clear congestion. It can also lessen common cold and flu symptoms and duration.

Dandelion Tea

Supports good liver and gallbladder health. It is high in anti-oxidants which protect us from chronic diseases. It is a natural diuretic relieving any water retention, swelling and bladder or kidney problems. It is a prebiotic food and relieves poor digestion or lower bowel complaints and is rich in vitamins and minerals.


Jacqueline Ryan Graduated in Nutritional Therapy from the College of Naturopathic Medicine. CNM trains students for careers in a range of natural therapies, including Naturopathic Nutrition, Herbal Medicine, Acupuncture and Naturopathy. There are CNM colleges across Ireland, the UK, and in the US.


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